Where Can You Travel?
The choices for travel are growing each day and many destinations are looking forward to welcoming you.
Here are a few ideas on places that have open borders and a simple explanation of key requirements. (Note it is not all inclusive). Please know this is as of Oct. 29 and things change regularly, so please contact your Pique Travel designer for guidance and insights. Or, email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Antigua: All travelers arriving by air must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test result taken within 7 days of their flight. Not required for children under 12 years of age
Aruba: Requires a negative PCR test prior to arrival. Specifics vary by state.
Barbados: Borders are open to American and Canadian citizens. Negative PCR must test taken within 72 hours of flight departure. Quarantine in effect
Belize: Open to US citizens. Negative PCR test required within 72 hours of travel
Colombia: Open to US citizens. Negative PCR test required.
Costa Rica: Open to all US states from Nov 1, 2020. As of Oct 26, Costa Rica announced they will be removing the PCR Covid-19 test requirement for incoming tourists. Insurance is required.
Croatia: Arrivals must provide proof of accommodation and negative PCR test taken 48 hours prior.
Dominican Republic: Open to US citizens, no test required. Temperature checking and spot PCR tests will be done upon arrival.
Dubai: Dubai borders have opened to all travelers. Remaining U.A.E borders remain closed
Ecuador: Open to all international travelers with proof of negative Covid-19 test within 10 days, no quarantine. Galápagos Islands are also open but with proof of negative Covid-19 test within 4 days, mandatory health insurance and health declaration needed
Egypt: Passengers must identify Egyptian cities being visited, submit a fresh PCR test 72 hours before flight. Cruise operations are still closed. Medical Insurance needed
French Polynesia: Proof of a negative PCR test carried out within 72 hours prior to international air departure, sanitary entry form upon arrival & and health registration
Guatemala: Negative PCR test required within 72 hours of travel to Guatemala. Passengers need to fill the Health Pass Covid-19 Form
Hawaii: Open to US citizens. Negative PCR test required within 72 hours prior to the final leg of departure to Hawaii
Jamaica: Open to US citizens. Negative PCR test required within 10 days of travel
Kenya: Kenya is now open to international travel however restrictions are still being confirmed.
Mexico: Borders are open to American and Canadian citizens. No testing requirements in effect
Namibia: Negative PCR test within 72 hours prior to arrival, full travel itinerary to be provided and medical insurance required
Panama: Negative PCR test taken within 48 hours prior to arrival in Panama
Rwanda: Borders open with requirement of negative PCR test 120 hours prior to arrival
St. Kitts/Nevis: Opening to US citizens Oct. 31. Negative PCR test required within 72 hours of travel
St. Lucia: Borders are open to American and Canadian citizens. All arriving passengers 5 years and older must have a negative result from a PCR test done no more than 7 days prior to arrival in Saint Lucia. Pre-arrival travel registration form to be completed. Hotel guests are required to remain on property for duration of their stay
Tahiti: Open to US citizens. Negative PCR test required within 3 days of travel
Tanzania: Open to international travel, Mt Kilimanjaro open with precautions
Turkey: Borders open to all travelers with temperature check upon arrival
Turks & Caicos: Borders are open. All travelers must have a negative Covid-19 PCR test result taken within 5 days of arrival in the TCI. Passengers must obtain pre-authorization via the TCI Assured portal and insurance is required.
Uganda: Arriving passengers must show negative PCR test results issued no more than 72 hours before boarding the aircraft. Departing passengers must show a negative PCR test results issued within 72 hours prior to departing from Uganda, meaning that if travelers have been in Uganda longer than 72 hours, they will need to be tested again in Uganda.